Review of Wharfedale D10 Subwoofer

I just bought myself this new subwoofer and would like to share my thoughts with you here on my blog

The reasons why I bought this subwoofer from Wharfedale was that my old Argon Subwoofer was starting making all kind of strange noises. I wanted a small sub with a decent sound for a recently budget and I thought that the Wharfedale D10 Sub was fulfilling just that goal. I mainly wanted a subwoofer because I love watching action movies and with a good subwoofer connected to my Denon receiver the movies get some extra life.

First thoughts about Wharfedale D10

I have had my new Subwoofer for a couple of weeks now and it is for sure a nice upgrade to my old Argon Bass10 subwoofer. It gives the moves a nice depth. I have been testing my new sub with movies like Independence Day, Apollo 13, Saving Private Ryan, Avatar and Braveheart and my new subwoofer is for sure giving my movies that extra sound I was hoping for 🙂

Specification of Wharfedale D10 Subwoofer

Drive Units 1 x (10″) 250mm cone long-throw
Frequency Response 40 – 120Hz ±3dB
Amplifier Power Output 200W
Peak Power Output 350W
Line Input Sensitivity 200mv for maximum output
Crossover Range 30 – 150Hz
Inputs Stereo Line In (2 x RCA Phono)
Mono (LFE) Line In (RCA Phono)
Input Impedance Line Input 10kΩ
Signal-to-noise ratio (S/N) ≥85dB
Avg. Max Output @1m 110dB
Features Phase inversion, Auto on-off
Dimensions Width: 336mm
Height: (358+58)mm(with feet)
Depth: (366+15)mm
Net weight 15 kg

Overall thoughts

My overall thoughts of the Wharfedale D10 Subwoofer is that it is great value for the money. It is of cause a small subwoofer, but for my home Cinema and with a small budget I think it has been a good solution.

About the author:
I am an IT Professional that has this blog as a hobby project in my spare time. I have been in the IT business since 1996 and want to share some of the thing I have picked up over the years, with people who visit this blog.

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